I'm not sponsored by North. I'm trying to give good advice to a beginner. There are a lot of beginners, or first year kiters selling x2s. Let's not loose sight of the original question being asked. Putting a beginner on the x2 is wrong, and you know it. Guys that think they are good enough to learn with it, don't really understand what a kite can do.On 2002-10-02 17:47, cglazier wrote:
Both the Aero and X2 are very good kites. The Aero is probably better for a beginner, but we also have some very good kiters around here who still love their Aeros.
The X2 is either the best or certainly one of the best high performance kites that you can buy right now. Everyone I know is happy with them including me.
Dwight, what's with you. You have been raving about upcoming North kites before you have even seen them. And now you are blasting the most popular kite on the market. I know you are sponsored by North (congratulations on getting a free kite) but that doesn't mean every other product is bad.
Anon,On 2002-10-02 14:29, Anonymous wrote:
I am about to buy my first kite but I dont have cash to buy a beginner kite and the a more advanced kite later.
Will it be a good idea to start on the X2 or the Aero?
I am a intermediate wakeboarder with common sense to figure out the necessary ways of operating the kite.
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